Thursday, April 27, 2006

Author Says Bush Should Welcome Crisis

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s not easy being President but, these days, George W. Bush should welcome his current crises as a way to practice self-improvement, both in his own life and the lives of Americans.

That’s the advice of Laura Day, author of the new book, Welcome To Your Crisis: How To Use The Power Of Crisis to Create the Life You Want (Little, Brown).

Day says Dubya shouldn’t view his current sag in popularity polls or those pesky party scandals as negatives, but as opportunities to “evaluate what his real agenda in life is.”

Asks Day, “Is [Bush’s agenda] keeping big corporations happy and rich? Or is it keeping people in his own country safe and not starving? What are your hierarchy of needs?”

Days says once Bush knows what his agenda and priorities are, he can better deal with his current crises.

The author does admit, however, that “being safe and having shelter” are always top priorities, whether it’s an individual or a body politic, so the President “does have to confront that at home before anywhere else.”

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